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If you attempt to create a striped volume with Disks 1, 2, and 3, the maximum volume size that you can create is 3 GB. Because Disk 3 has only 1 GB of space available, you are limited to using only 1 GB from each of the disks in the set. However, if you create a striped volume using only Disks 1 and 2, the maximum volume size you can create is 4 GB because both disks have 2 GB of available space.
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Windows XP Professional supports extending volumes on both basic and dynamic disks, whereas Windows XP Home Edition supports extending volumes only on basic disks. You extend volumes on basic disks by using the DiskPart command-line utility. You can extend volumes on dynamic disks using either the Disk Management utility or the DiskPart command-line utility. Extending Volumes on Basic Disks You can extend primary partitions and logical drives on basic disks if the following conditions are met:
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The volume to be extended is formatted with NTFS. The volume is extended into contiguous, unallocated space (adjacent free space) that follows the existing volume (as opposed to coming before it). The volume is extended on the same hard disk. Volumes on basic disks cannot be extended to include disk space on another hard disk. The volume is not the system or boot volume. The system or boot volumes cannot be extended.
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You extend volumes by running the DiskPart utility from the command line, selecting the appropriate volume, and then executing the following command:
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See Also
For further information on the use of DiskPart, refer to the section entitled Managing Disks from the Command Line later in this chapter.
Extending Volumes on Dynamic Disks You can extend a simple volume as long as it has been formatted with NTFS. You do this by attaching additional unallocated space from the same disk, or from a different disk, to an existing simple volume. Disk space that is used to extend a simple volume does not have to be contiguous. If the addi tional space comes from a different disk, the volume becomes a spanned volume. Spanned volumes can contain disk space from 2 to 32 disks. If the volume is not formatted with NTFS, you must convert the volume to NTFS before you can extend it.
Lesson 1
Supporting and Troubleshooting Hard Disks
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You extend simple volumes by using Disk Management or the DiskPart command-line utility. Perform extensions of simple volumes with DiskPart the same way that you perform extensions of basic volumes. To extend a simple volume using Disk Management, follow these steps: 1. In Disk Management, right-click the simple volume that you want to extend and select Extend Volume. 2. On the first page of the Extend Volume Wizard, click Next. 3. On the Select Disks page, select the disk(s) that contain free space that you want to attach to this volume, enter the amount of space for each disk, and then click Next. 4. On the Completion page, click Finish to extend the volume. Figure 8-11 shows the Select Disks page on a single-drive system. In this case, the max imum available space on the selected disk that you can use to extend the volume is 2048 MB.
Figure 8-11 Extending a simple dynamic volume in Disk Management.
You are not prompted for any information concerning drive lettering or formatting because the added space assumes the same properties as the existing volume.
Moving Disks
If a computer fails but the hard disks are still functional, you can install the disks into another computer to ensure that the data is still accessible. However, you need to con sider the following issues that are associated with moving disks:
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